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Spanish-Language CNN Latino Now Available in Miami

CNN Latino, a Spanish-language programming block tailored for the U.S. broadcast market, will be available in South Florida starting next August. continue reading »

Univision To Produce Spanish-Language Adaptation of “Breaking Bad”

In an agreement with Sony TV, Univision will produce an adaptation of the popular series “Breaking Bad”. The Spanish-language version will be called “Metastasis” and will be geared for U.S. and Latin American Spanish-speaking audiences. continue reading »

Hispanics Using Spanish Scrabble as Educational Tool

A Hispanic group in Texas is promoting the Spanish-language version of the popular word game Scrabble. continue reading »

Is Spanish Sexist?

The Royal Academicians of the Spanish Language have warned those feminists to leave the language intact: Spanish is not sexist! continue reading »

Justice Dept Mandates Spanish & Chinese Language Voting Material Be Made Available in CA

The Civil Rights Division and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California announced today an agreement with Alameda County, Calif., to ensure compliance with provisions of the Voting Rights Act that require the county to provide election materials and information in Spanish and Chinese. continue reading »

Elite Swarthmore College to Provide Simultaneous Spanish Translation at Commencement

For the first time elite Swarthmore College will provide simultaneous Spanish translation during this year’s baccalaureate address and commencement ceremony. continue reading »

New Technology Lets You Use Your Smartphone to Become Bilingual

Want to know Spanish but don’t want to learn Spanish, try using your smart phone camera and the Word Lens app. The app was developed by Quest Visual CEO, Octavio Good. continue reading »

Associated Press Looks to Increase its Spanish-language Coverage, Names New Reporters, Translators

The Associated Press has announced that they have expanded their Spanish-speaking staff, and named a new correspondent in Haiti and has moved an Latin America news desk member to the AP bureau in Havana, Cuba. continue reading »

Key Government Website GSA Launches Mobile Version in Spanish

The U.S. General Services Administration launched today a mobile version of GobiernoUSA.gov, the official portal of the U.S. government in Spanish with access to a bounty of government websites, continue reading »

Hispanically Targeted Publications See Increase in Readership and More Being Launched Everyday

As a sign of the growing prominence of the Latino population in the U.S., sixteen new Hispanically targeted publications were launched between 2009-2010. continue reading »